December 10, 2003
Brekeke Software, Inc.
Brekeke Software, Inc. accepts Voice Resumes using their VoIP IVR solution
On December 10, 2003, Brekeke Software, Inc. (California, U.S.A.) demonstrated the power of its IVR system by creating an automated audition to recruit voice actors for Brekeke's product line.
To participate in the audition, a candidate calls a specific telephone number. At the start, the candidate follows the guidance to answer questions and enters their responses using the telephone keypad. After answering basic questions, he/she records the voice reading material that was given to them along with their unique ID number.
To accomplish this automated audition, Brekeke Software is making use of its Interactive Voice Response (IVR) System. Candidates can make their audition call using a traditional analog telephone line (Public Switched Telephone Network), or, taking advantage of Brekeke's IVR's use of the VoIP protocol SIP, a candidate can call via the Internet using an IP phone.
The VoIP IVR System Solution can be used not only for accepting voice resumes, but also for providing information (examples: News, Weather info, Stock info, etc.), ticket reservations and telephone operator functions, etc.
If you want to participate in the voice audition, or if you have any questions about the IVR System Solution or other Brekeke VoIP solutions, please contact us at email@example.com